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wagnerite

[′väg·nə‚rīt]
(mineralogy)
Mg2(PO4)F A yellow, grayish, flash-red, or greenish, monoclinic mineral consisting of magnesium fluophosphate.
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George Bernard Shaw, The Perfect Wagnerite (New York: Dover, 1967), p.
More recently, beginning with the centenary Ring (Boulez and Chereau, 1976) Wolfgang allowed politically-engaged theatre directors to demythologize the productions, to ever greater shock and dismay among traditional Wagnerites.
The exhibition Becoming Wagnerites embraces both an early performance history of Wagner's music in Australia, especially Melbourne, and some of the Australian musicians, primarily singers, in whose international careers the music of Richard Wagner resonated.
Nonetheless, Wagnerites owe a great deal to Ludwig's enthusiasm for Wagner and his music and acknowledge the debt today.
While some Wagnerites were outraged at her ridiculing of sacred art, others applauded her accuracy.
This June's performance was the first in the Frauenkirche since it reopened, and so attracted Wagnerites from all over as another link to the past restored.
It would have omitted much of the detail contained in the other sections--information that will be of great interest to Wagnerites and scholars of Baltic music--but the upside would have been a more focused, consistent, and cohesive narrative.
Foremost among these (leaving aside his music and inner life) are Brahms's strained relationships with the younger Wagnerites in Vienna after 1880, traditionally sidestepped in the Brahms literature.